A travel expert has highlighted the appeal of Turkey holidays for Britons, describing the country as "fantastic".
Gemma Bowes, acting travel editor of the Guardian, was speaking after the newspaper published its first-ever supplement dedicated entirely to Turkey.
The section was released on Saturday April 10th to reflect the increasing popularity of Turkey holidays among British consumers and to inform people of some of the lesser-known destinations and experiences on offer.
Ms Bowes said: "Turkey is such a fantastic country and increasingly popular with British tourists, with 2.5 million expected to visit this year."
She went on to say that the Guardian intended to highlight the nation's "rich travel opportunities", including long-distance walking routes, secret beaches and alternative city breaks.
Commenting on the supplement, Turkish Culture and Tourism Office UK director Irfan Onal said: "This will be a brilliant means of showing the diversity that Turkey has to offer the visitor and be of great interest to its British readers who have made Turkey their number one destination."
Britons who choose Turkey holidays this year have the option to book villas in Dalyan, Bitez, Ortakent and other popular resorts.
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